Times of Oman
Dec 02, 2015 LAST UPDATED AT 02:19 AM GMT
Two-month intensive training for alizz islamic’s 20 new employees
June 13, 2014 | 12:00 AM
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Muscat: alizz islamic bank is conducting a two-month intensive training programme for its new employees, in cooperation with the College of Banking and Financial Studies (CBFS).

The programme involves providing a series of training courses on Islamic banking for 20 new recruits.

The programme, conducted by prominent Islamic banking practitioners and specialists in alizz islamic bank, is aimed at equipping the new employees with various skills, knowledge, and potentials in Islamic banking with a view to ensure the highest level of performance efficiency and effectiveness in offering the best Sharia-compliant banking products to the customers.

Fraud awareness
The courses of the training programme include Islamic banking products and it's Sharia reasoning, fraud awareness, information security, AML certification, basic legal awareness for bankers and KYC, treasury products, trade finance, e-channel products and services, and functionalities of internal and mobile banking.

Mohammed Al Balushi, assistant general manager and head of human resources (HR) at Alizz Islamic bank said, "This programme is conducted in correspondence with alizz islamic bank's strong commitment towards learning and  development to retain  well qualified staff that ensure customer satisfaction, transparent transactions, and quality services."

"This programme is designed to provide valuable knowledge and practical experience that will enable the new recruits to meet the bank's objectives," he added.

alizz islamic bank strives to attract and develop a diverse workforce distinguished by exceptional qualifications and personal career development. An integral part of its efforts is the development of various training programmes in Islamic banking.

alizz islamic bank is one of the first dedicated Islamic banks in Oman. With an aim to offer customers an enriching banking experience designed for today's modern world, the bank has focused its investments on human capital and best of breed of technology.

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